As expected, Apple today announced iOS 8.1 update. The update brings in a host of improvements and as well as bringing back some features like the Camera Roll. iOS 8.1 will be released to users on Monday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook will take the stage later tonight at company s campus in Cupertino, California to reveal two new iPads, among several other devices. The company is also rumored to refresh the Mac Mini lineup, as well as announce the public availability of OSX Yosemite, and iOS 8.1 - which is expected to bring support for Apple Pay. Let s take a look at everything that is on the cards for tonight s event.
Apple iOS 8 engnieers were happily surprised when Jonathan Mann dedicated a song to them on their disastrous launch of the iOS 8.0.1. Now, Mann is back with another song and this time he has written a jam on iOS 8's autocomplete feature. Unlike his previous song, he actually uses an Apple device to get the jam's creative lyrics in place and the end result is groovy albeit hilarious.
Apple s iOS 8 is off to a sluggish start. The company released its new mobile operating system last month, but in about three weeks since its release, it has only been installed on 47 percent of the eligible devices, compared to iOS 7 which was running on nearly 70 percent devices in October last year. Many experts blame the recent buggy updates for the slower adoption rate, however, when regular users were asked, they blamed something entirely different.
Apple released iOS 8 on September 17, and in less than a week the new mobile operating was installed on 46 percent of devices. Apple today updated its support page for developers, and in the last two weeks, the operating system s share has only risen one percent.
iOS 8.1 was seeded to developers last week, and slowly we are getting a better idea of what the first major update is set to offer. In addition to bug fixes, and Apple Pay, one of the features that the update will bring is the ability to choose the network you are connecting to - 2G, 3G, and LTE networks for voice and data connectivity.
Seems like issues with iOS 8 are far from over, and Apple simply can t catch a break. After the widely reported issues with iOS 8.0.1, Apple released iOS 8.0.2, but it seems this new update is causing Bluetooth connectivity issues for users, MacRumors reports.
Apple could release iOS 8.1, the first major point update to the iOS 8 operating system on October 20, Bank Innovation reports. Among other features, the update is also said to bring support for Apple Pay.
Apple released iOS 8 earlier this month, which was quickly followed by the release of a pair of minor updates to squash bugs from its mobile operating system. And now we are already seeing evidence that the company is working on some larger updates, namely iOS 8.1, 8.2, and 8.3, 9to5Mac reports.
They say history repeats itself, and in the case of Apple it apparently has. The recent disastrous iOS 8.0.1 update that rendered the new iPhone 6 useless, has a link to the infamous Maps failure from 2012. According to a Bloomberg report, the man in-charge for quality assurance in iOS 8.0.1 Josh Williams was also in charge of quality control for Apple Maps.
Apple has delivered on its promise, and the second update to iOS 8 has been released. iOS 8.0.2 essentially fixes all the issues caused by the botched up iOS 8.0.1 update that included no cellular connectivity and TouchID failure for iPhone 6 users.
The iOS 8.0.1 update last night caused quite a few issues for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users, causing Apple to pull the plug on the update. The company has now issued a workaround for users who busted their phones after updating to iOS 8.0.1.
Last night Apple released iOS 8.0.1 update, which was supposed to bring in a host of bug fixes for the week old operating system. The update instead caused serious problems for users, resulting in Apple pulling the update. Now there is a song on the Internet dedicated to the Apple team who are bound to be having a bad time in office.
Moments ago, Apple released its first update for iOS 8, which was supposed to fix a bunch of bugs on the new operating system. But the iOS 8.0.1 update is turning out to be a nightmare, as many users are reporting issues with the update including no cell service and broken Touch ID. Update: Apple has pulled iOS 8.0.1 update after a disastrous rollout.
In just a week since releasing iOS 8, Apple has now released its first update for the new operating system. The iOS 8.0.1 update brings with a slew of bug fixes. Update: You might want to hold off updating your phones to iOS 8.0.1 as multiple users are reporting issues with the newest update, including no cell service and broken Touch ID.
We have extensively reported on the stunning camera that the iPhone 6 sports. Now, photographer Lisa Bettany has compared the camera of all the past iPhones, with the latest iPhone 6.
If our reports on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus cameras have not yet convinced you on how good they really are, here are 10 really cool videos collated by 9To5Mac that were shot using the new iPhones.
In less than a week since the release of iOS 8, nearly half of iOS devices are running on Apple s latest operating system. Apple revealed these stats on its App Store Distribution page for developers.
Now that the iPhone 6 is available in many countries along with the new operating system iOS 8 rolled out globally, users are putting all the new features to test. The one that has particularly won the hearts of many is the creative slow motion feature at 240 frames per second that is producing brilliant results.
With the release of iOS 8, Apple introduced the ability for users to download third-party keyboards. While Apple s default keyboard has seen improvements along with the introduction of predictive text, these third-party apps offer different kinds of typing experience. Here are five keyboards you can download off the App Store right now.